The Frumious Consortium hunts bandersnatches as a day job, and writes book reviews in the evenings. We come from a wide-range of places, ranging from Venezuela to New Zealand to Germany to the United States.
Word Origin and History for frumious – adj. 1871, coined by Lewis Carroll, who said it was a blend of fuming and furious. He used it in both “Jabberwocky” and “The Hunting of the Snark” (1876).
As a group, we are fond of pie.